Xarelto Caused Dangerous Internal Bleeding, Plaintiff Alleges

A new Xarelto lawsuit has been filed by Kenneth S. in a Pennsylvania federal court against Janssen Research & Development, Johnson & Johnson, and Bayer Corporation. Kenneth is seeking damages for injuries he allegedly incurred while taking Xarelto. Kenneth began taking Xarelto... Read More »

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Class Action: Cold-EEZE Is ‘Totally Ineffective’

Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Products do not “reduce the duration of the common cold,” as Cold-EEZE maker ProPhase Labs Inc. claims, according to a false advertising class action lawsuit filed in a California federal court. Plaintiff James Loren Gibbs says that ProPhase Labs… Read More »

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Voluntary Return Deportation Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit over the administration of the Voluntary Return authority by U.S. Border Control in Southern California. Under Voluntary Return, non-citizens who are unlawfully residing in the United States may voluntarily agree to leave... Read More »

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Benicar Lawsuit Alleges Serious Side Effects

A new Benicar side effects lawsuit was filed against Daiichi Sankyo Incorporated, and several related companies, alleging that the drug caused debilitating side effects. The Benicar lawsuit filed by plaintiff Marian O. has few details, as it is part of larger litigation... Read More »

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Time Warner Escapes Dodgers, Lakers Bundling Class Action

On Monday, a proposed class action lawsuit alleging that Time Warner Cable Inc. violated the law by bundling various sports channels and making over $11 billion from subscribers was dismissed by a California Court of Appeals. In their class action lawsuit filed in June… Read More »

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Boy Left Legally Blind by Seizure Medication Reaction

In February 2012, an 8-year-old boy in New Braunfels, Texas, was prescribed a new medication to treat his seizure disorder. After taking the new prescription, Levi G. suffered a rare allergic skin reaction known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome, as reported by San... Read More »

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First Lipitor Diabetes Bellwether Trial Scheduled for October 2015

U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel, who is currently overseeing the Lipitor MDL in South Carolina, has announced the first bellwether trial will begin in October 2015 for a lawsuit filed by Colorado plaintiff Wilma D. Discovery in the Lipitor diabetes lawsuit is currently underway.... Read More »

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Florida Teen Dies from Rare Skin Disease TEN

On New Year's Eve, a young man from Wesley Chapel, Florida, died of a rare drug reaction called Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN). Though TEN is already a very rare disorder, this case was particularly unusual, as the teenager lacked a key risk... Read More »

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Free Credit Monitoring Follows Anthem Data Breach

Anthem has offered free credit monitoring for individuals who may be victims of the Anthem health insurance security breach. While Anthem is still in the process of directly sending all members a data breach notification, Anthem’s services have been opened to members.... Read More »

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Asbestos Mesothelioma Victim’s Family Awarded $10.6M

A jury in Schenectady, New York awarded $10.55 million to the family of an Indiana resident who died of mesothelioma as the result of his exposure to asbestos from talc mined and sold by R.T. Vanderbilt Inc. (Vanderbilt). The jury found that... Read More »

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Cerebral Palsy Birth Injuries Blamed on Medical Malpractice

Cerebral palsy, Erb's palsy and Klumpke's palsy are birth injuries that often occur as the result of medical malpractice Cerebral palsy is the most common motor disability caused by a birth injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control, with one in... Read More »

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Hip Implant Complications Lawsuit Filed Against Zimmer

A New Hampshire man who in 2007 underwent a total left hip arthroplasty – a surgery to replace the musculoskeletal joint – is suing the hip replacement device’s manufacturer for marketing a product that allegedly released dangerous shards of metal into his... Read More »

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